I'm trying to help my son find an entry-level position in computational
biology in the USA. He has a new degree in biomedical science, a
background in C++ programming, and a senior project that computed
primer-template bonding temperatures using a nearest-neighbor algorithm.
He's deferring grad school until he knows what specialized field he
wants to work in. He's been e-mailing resumes to the human resources
offices of companies on the web, but I have the impression that he's
getting lost in the hundreds of resumes they must get that way. I'm
sure there's a lot of research labs that could use his skills, but most
of them don't post their openings on the web. Is there a better way to
Harry Erwin, Web Page: http://mason.gmu.edu/~herwin
Senior Software Analyst supporting the FAA, PhD candidate in
computational neuroscience--modeling how bats echolocate--and
lecturer for CS 211 (data structures and advanced C++).